A Gift of Seeds: Forget-me-not


The pretty forget-me-not holds a special place in the language of flowers. During the First World War the forget-me-not was a popular flower and symbol used by many to express their feelings for those who were far away.

The forget-me-not (Myosotis) produce masses of beautiful sky blue flowers in spring. 

A gift and stunning card (illustrated by Daniella Germain) all-in-one, this Gift of Seeds comes with a unique plant label, seeds and sowing instructions.

• Made in Australia
• 100% recycled paper
• Includes an illustrative, non-toxic plant label to mark where your seeds are planted
• Comes with a recycled kraft envelope for mailing

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